Chesterfield is a brand of cigarette made by Altria; it was named for Chesterfield County, Virginia
. It was one of the most recognized and most smoked brands of cigarettes in the early 20th century in the United States. Both versions of Chesterfield filtered and non-filtered were spread, though non filtered Chesterfield considered being very strong. James Dean, a famous American film actor, whose mainstream status was considered as to be a cultural icon for masses, was known to be an inveterate Chesterfield smoker, who took up two packs of the brand daily.
Chesterfield was also the brand of choice for legendary college football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, who liked to smoke beneath the goalpost prior to a game and continued to smoke when the game started. Current NCAA guidelines prohibit the use of tobacco by any on-field personnel.
are made for real smokers, and combine the three important things in each cigarette - mildness, excellent taste and cooler smoking. Chesterfield's right mixture of the world's best cigarette tobaccos provides the pleasure of a smoker.